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When the book Moneyball by Michael Lewis came out in 2003, it illuminated what Billy Beane had been doing in Oakland in helping a small market team with less money than everyone else make the playoffs in consecutive years and at one point even win 20 games in a row. 1,087 more words
Set outside of any real sense of constant place, The Undoing Project: A Friendship that Changed Our Minds by Michael Lewis is a nonfiction telling of how Israeli psychologists Amos Tversky and Daniel Kahneman went about identifying previously unrecognized patterns of systematic human irrationality. 407 more words
Michael Lewis' The Undoing Project: How do ER surgeons avoid dumb, deadly mistakes? Ask their doctor.
Over a decade ago Michael Lewis published Moneyball, a book that examined the unlikely success of the small-market Oakland A’s baseball team and their idiosyncratic general manager, Billy Beane. 1,709 more words